Category: Sexual Harassment

Beyond Sexual Harassment: The Importance of Considering Workplace Aggression (IO Psychology)

Topic: Employee Satisfaction, Sexual Harassment Publication: Journal of Applied Psychology (SEP 2010) Article: Comparing Victim Attributions and Outcomes for Workplace Aggression and Sexual Harassment Authors: Hershcovis, M. S., & Barling, J. Reviewed By: Thaddeus Rada Sexual harassment is a common, negative component of organizational life that has received a good

How Employees Really Feel about Workplace Romances

Topic: Organizational Justice, Sexual Harassment Publication: Journal of Business and Psychology (DEC 2009) Article: Workplace romance: A justice perspective Authors: N. Cole Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger Workplace Romances(WRs) are a fact of life. Some statistics suggest that as many as 40% of employees report having had a WR at some point

Love is in the Air… Recommendations for Managing Workplace Romances

Topic: Sexual Harassment, HR Policy Publication: Human Resource Management (MAY/JUN 2009) Article: Moving beyond a legal-centric approach to managing workplace romances: Organizationally sensible recommendations for HR leaders Authors: C.A. Pierce, H. Aquinis Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger Although work is not the most romantic of places, (“I just love the way

Identifying the Roots of Sexual Harassment

Topic: Organizational Justice,Sexual Harassment, Workplace Deviance Publication: Journal of Applied Psychology Article: Organization justice and men’s likelihood to sexually harass: The moderating role of sexism and personality. Author: F. Krings, S. Facchin Featured by: Benjamin Granger Researchers Krings and Facchin (2009) set out to uncover the reasons why men engage in sexual harassment at work. The authors